Lenovo Smart Clock is a smart alarm that combines Google's virtual server. With this device, which also has a touch screen, you can listen to music in several rooms, control your home, set up daily routines, and manage everything you need with voice commands.
The group comes out to compete with Amazon's Echo Spot and joins the Lenovo family of home appliances, such as Smart Display and Smart Home Essentials, which were launched last year.
Lenovo Smart Clock has a four inch touch screen with a resolution of 480 × 800 pixels. The back side is covered with gray fabric, it has a USB charging pad, a microphone and a Dolby speaker.
It has wifi, bluetooth, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of memory. The alarm clock will be available after mid-summer and will be sold in the US at $ 79.99.
This product is another example of a trend that has set the course in recent years: the arrival of virtual assistants in more and more devices. They are present in mobile phones, speakers, cameras and devices.
As at some point, the touch screen was a stylish interface of the equipment, and a little bit turned to voice commands. Although both technologies now exist, it is possible that the voice will become a popular interface.
Assistants are smarter, easier to manage devices, and more and more information from users in the cloud. Adaptation and automation are a feature of the technological revolution of these times.